Martenzie Johnson is a senior writer for Andscape. His favorite cinematic moment is when Django said, "Y'all want to see somethin?"
Hosts Sheila Matthews and Martenzie Johnson discuss Nia Long and women in hip-hop
Sheila Matthews and Martenzie Johnson speak with the entertainer about Atlanta sports and more
The league’s punishment of the Suns and Mercury owner reflects the (mostly) white billionaire owners putting business before morality
Pompey’s Southern roots have led him to the Big Ten power. Along the way, he’s had to navigate racial dynamics, how to lead and following a legend
In 2002, a report analyzing the records of Black head coaches (and a potential lawsuit) forced the league to act. Two decades later, the rule still has its critics.
Where do we go after the Browns quarterback received a six-game suspension for violating the league’s personal conduct policy?
Latest saga with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving shows that only the very top players benefit
The Alabama-Texas A&M war of words is the latest example that colleges are terrified they can’t fully control their Black labor force
After a turbulent start as a professional, from struggles with losing to suspension for fighting, the Bucks forward is having fun in Milwaukee
If drafted, the defensive back would be just the second HBCU player selected since 2020